Favorite Links These are my favorite links, I
haven't really linked to all of these pages, I've just listed them. And all
are http://www.(Fill in the blank).com, unless otherwise noted. If you
have a Shrum or Shrum related link, please e-mail it to me.
Service Provider is the best?
Shrum Web Sites
(You are here).
TNN.htm Trish S. Carden has done an excellant job with her web site! There
are lots of Shrum links and information...please visit her site-Mel Shrum
(You can search this forum also! Forums for most surnames, including Schramm,
(The Schrum-Shrum Family pages, a lot of hard work has gone into this site;
please visit it).
( Here is where you may download my entire gedcom file).
(Senator Robert (Bob) Shrum).
(Shrum's in the news)
(Schramm connections, in German)
(Mel Gibson's New Movie about the life of Christ)
Archealogical finds in the Holy Land)
Search Engines, Help, and Maps
http://www.google.com (Can search for
photo as well)
ask (Ask Jeeves)
ushda.org (U.S. historical documents)
News, Magazines and Help
rd (Reader's Digest)
cnn (CNN news)
debka (Israeli news)
janes (Military equipment and weapons)
pbs.org (Public television)
nationalgeographic (National Geographic magazine)
ki4u.com/unthinkable (A what if scenario about nuclear war)
usnews (US News & World Report)
Neverwinter Nights, game modules: "Shrum Castle" a game Mod I created at
anchorstone ( Archealogical finds in the Holy Land)
windows media.com/9series/home ( An awesome media player, and it's free!)
dvdeastereggs ( Easter eggs are hidden areas in the dvd menu)
us.imdb (Internet movie database)
terraserver (Global maps)
historychannel (The History Channel)
sil.si.edu/ (Smithsonian Institute)
yale.edu/lawweb/avalon (The Avalon Project)
bombayinstitute (Calling Dr. Bombay!, computor help)
caradvisor.cars.com (Click and Clack, car advisors)
Genealogy Web Sites
http://www.geocities.com/meledwardshrum ; A guide to free genealogy research
on the web.
genforum.genealogy.com/ (Name) (Insert the surname you are seeking in
(Information on heraldry, although not free, James Wolf is one of the oldest and
certainly the best).
http://theoldentimes.com (A free
search of newspaper articles).
freegenealogylookups (Mormon Church)
boards.ancestry.com (A chat room style bulletin board, can be very
worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com (World Family Tree Project)
us-census.org/states (US Gen-Web Project)
Try searching on e-bay for items with the search "Shrum", or "Schramm".